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Devon Maths Tutors and Devon Maths Tuition

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Richard Matthew

Richard Matthew

PGCE: PGCE Secondary Mathematics (2009)
the full range of Key Stage 3 and Key Stage 4. I have a wide range of experience, from helping students towards their Entry Level qualifications to ensuring A* candidates achieve their full potential. I have provided individual tuition to students over the last two years and have good experience of working with learners with special educational needs. My passion, experience and deep understanding of the subject allow students to make significant progress with their...
Samantha

Samantha

Bachelors: First Class BScHons Animal Beahviour and Welfare (2012)
goals they set out with, and I have received excellent feedback from them and their parents. Throughout my teacher training, I taught children age 4 - 11, spending most of my time in year 6 preparing children for SATs. I am now working in year 4, teaching 8 and 9 year olds! I also taught swimming lessons for over 6 years and have experience teaching people of all ages and abilities. Time management and organisation...
Martyn

Martyn

Bachelors: BSc (1976)
Confidentiality is maintained at all times. I do not discuss any individual Student's work, progress or participation in the tuition process with anyone except the Student and his/her parents or guardian. The subject matter is discussed and agreed with the Student (and parents/guardian if possible), and is designed to complement any syllabus topics that are being studied by the Student elsewhere, eg at school/college. Particular emphasis is placed on any topic(s) of the syllabus that...
Geoffrey

Geoffrey

Bachelors: B. Ed (hons) in Mathematics and Education (1972)
am extremely pleased with the results obtained. The 2016 results were particularly pleasing. However, the new style and increased standards needed to get a 'C' or above pass in the exams for 2017 are a challenge for students, teachers and tutors! Work in progress here! I believe I am sympathetic to a youngster's needs and try to tailor the session to the individual pupil. Some youngsters (many!) need to build their confidence in the subject,...
Sam

Sam

PGCE: PGCE (Secondary Mathematics) (University of Leeds) (2002)
an extensive understanding of the applications of Mathematics in the modern world as well as the theoretical content of today's syllabus. The most important aspect of any tutoring arrangement is that the student finds a tutor they feel comfortable working with. That's why I never ask anybody to commit to more than one lesson to start with. One of the first things I tell all of my students is that they should never worry about...
Matt

Matt

Doctorate: N/A (2003)
GCSE to postgraduate level. Currently head of physics at a respected private college, and an educational consultant creating physics courses to teach teachers. I have taught general science and physics at all levels within secondary school and have an approachable manner, with the ability to communicate on the students level and put them at ease. I have experience with special educational needs, english as a second language, and working with autism. I have 15 years...
Jessica
gaining evidence and experience for the award of a PGCE. Also as part of the course I was expected to run peer teaching sessions and 'expert' teaching sessions at the university. Previously I have also worked in a variety of schools both Primary and Secondary as a voluntary teaching assistant. My role and responsibilities included preparing resources for lessons, helping students with tasks that were set and ensuring they understood exactly what was expected of...
Peter
the local food industry. My teaching experience has grown in all my areas of interest, principally in the local area over twenty years or so. I managed an international dept of three courses, where I taught Maths &Business Studies. I worked in Sixth form as a key skills and International coordinator; I taught A level Maths, EFL and moderated science at The University of Exeter; I give one to one assistance in GCSE science; teaching...

Charles

Doctorate: Phd Mathematics (2011)
additional further maths A-level in 1 year. This year, the first time I have taken the exam, I got 775 in the UKCAT (820 VR, 900 QR, 670 AR, 710 DA) and also completed the GAMSAT with a score of 73 (reading 67, writing 68, science 79). I hold a CRB in the form of an SIA (Security Industry Authority) badge. I have worked as a private tutor in the past for 5 years and...
Kitty
and taught EAP at Plymouth University; I now support individuals with their academic writing skills, in addition to which I teach A level Psychology and prepare students for GCSE Science and English. In addition to my degree level qualifications, I also have a Diploma in General Science (equivalent to A Level) and a Diploma in Psychology. I currently have a range of students of combined science, English and psychology, working across GCSE, A level and...

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